Unsurprisingly, the outspoken Proops — whose Twitter bio reads,"We fight Trumpism" — had some thoughts. The destruction of property and violence are two things I never condone. But I'm so glad that people are protesting all over, nonviolently. I really think the numbers will be off the deep end. The reason any of those things happened is because people marched. It did.] But then the media will find a way to spin it like it never happened.
“Because taking a bus to a gig is a real wake-up call to the cold frosty bite of poverty, which we were living in then.” But for a comedian who so readily embraces the past — “groovy” is still a word he uses often — Proops has adjusted for the present as much as any comedian of his generation.But honestly, if there's anyone you'd expect would own an ocelot (other than Cheryl Tunt from "Archer"), it'd be Greg Proops. " back to London Proops, together with Brad Sherwood, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie and original host Clive Anderson, is mounting a limited run of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" live at London's Adelphi Theatre in the renowned West End.Amusingly, Neil Morrissey - the original British voice of Bob - was his co-star.
Proops also had a recurring role on Nickelodeon's "True Jackson, VP." The lesson here is that Greg Proops is everywhere.
The laughs start on June 20 and run through July 5.